Dave Kleikamp wrote:
> On Sat, 2008-02-23 at 20:28 +0100, Per Jessen wrote:
>> The comment in the subject line was made on a mailing list by a
>> fairly prominent staff member of one the major Linux distribution.
>> Is this correct?
> I guess it depends on what he means by "actively". There is not much
> in the way of active development, but I think I do a reasonably good
> job of keeping up with changes in the mainline kernel and responding
> to and fixing bugs. Some hard-to-diagnose bugs do fall through the
> I don't know the context of the comment, so I can't respond directly
> to it.
> I know that the enterprise distros expect a larger resource
> commitment in order to support a file system, which is why jfs isn't
> supported in a couple of major distributions.
OK, thanks for the update. The comment was made during a discussion of
the support for JFS in openSUSE and SLES. SUSE Linux/openSUSE
deprecated support for JFS quite some time ago, and this was one of the
We're using a lot of JFS, and the remark just made me a little uneasy.
/Per Jessen, Zürich